Daily Inspiration: November 1. There is No Shame in Struggle – Condensed Version
Today, do not feel forced or shamed into denying or hiding your “negative” thoughts and emotions. Instead, let us with courage and determination, face the thoughts we are thinking, and the emotions we are feeling. As we bring our so-called darkness up to the surface, we will be able to better see and understand what seems to be standing between us and our true loving nature. Once our seeming darkness is brought before our light, it will be there where we will more easily be able to see the difference between our programmed-self and the love that is our true eternal essence. Let us be courageous and recall, that the only thoughts and emotions that we allow ourselves to heal, are those we allow ourselves to feel. It is in this place of clarity and healing where we will encounter true peace.
Today, let us recall, that as God’s creations, every part of us is sacred. Even our so-called struggles being parts of us, are sacred. Today, when in doubt, remember that God being perfect, only creates perfectly, and that you are His creation. All our thoughts and emotions make us who we are, and because God is Love and All, all of our experiences, will be used for good. God did not make us so that we would, in shame, hide ourselves, but so that we would, in light, share ourselves and shine bright. We do not need to cower away in some dark corner of the ego’s mindset. We are here to better understand ourselves so that our light may shine brighter each day. As our light shines bright, we will be able to look back at our struggles not in shame, but at peace, knowing that each one of them had a higher purpose.
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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